• 208-726-3493 (map)
  • 415 Spruce Ave
  • Ketchum, ID, 83353

Grammy Museum Executive Director Robert Santelli has written more than a dozen books on American Music and has taught courses on the history of jazz and blues at Rutgers University, the University of Washington, and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. In his talk, Santelli will explore the origins of jazz and blues and describe how in the 1920s both music forms came to define American music. It promises to be a great prelude to the Symphony’s “Made in America” In-Focus series, lending more context to those performances.

The lecture that complements the July 29 “In Focus” program of the Sun Valley Summer Symphony.